Dog days of summer!

Typical hot dry wether continues as we move toward the end of August. Not much in the way of hatches coming off right now. A few rusty spinners and caddis in the morning, but usually only bring up small fish.. Spruce moths have provided some great dry fly fishing in august but are now beginning to taper off.. The best dry fly action we’ve seen lately is with grasshoppers. There are a ton of them out and they are brining up some big fish.. If need be on the hot afternoons a dropper nymph a couple feet below the hopper will bring in a few fish. Tricos are just starting to show on the lower river below Hamilton and should provide great technical dry fly action in the mornings throughout september.. Forecast are calling for a cool down this week with highs in the 70’s. This should get the fall may fly hatches going.. see ya on the river…….